Hello, I am currently building a PC for the first time and I recently received my Intel i3 2100, clocked at 3.1 Ghz. When I opened the box, there was only one layer of static -prof material that covered the CPU, outside of the covering, there were bubble wraps, the corner of the CPU, was sticking out of the anti-static covering. I am extremely worries about the i3 as the bubble wraps were not static prof and it might have been damaged. I currently don't have the motherboard so there is no way I can check if it works, In short I'm wondering if I should return the CPU and ask for a refund or should I keep it as the transport time was short and only a bit was sticking out of the anti-static. I hope my question can be answer quickly so I can sleep soundly at night knowing my CPU is okay. Thank you!